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... all the other lines get loaded and they decided to load our cue last.... I could not believe the cars and caravans that boarded, I think there would have been 50 plus vans.
We ended up on level 3 with trucks, caravans and horse floats with horses in them. All good, locked up and headed for level 8 where our cabin was. We had a great cabin in the centre as it is the gentlest and hopefully not much movement.
... to fill up as these were the folks that were one of a couple of hundred that parked over the Steamfest weekend.
All progressed beautifully. Happy, chatty. Lovely folk.
In between vans filling up we popped the hose out connected it and filled our tank to do the washing. Disturbing no one. No one had to wait.
After one load Sharon was hanging out and a lady sauntered over and chatted to everyone, really pleasant. Then she said to us "I'm just ...
... and tucked away we see a grape vine which needs re-planting. After a lovely dinner we bed down and are happy to be sleeping in a bed and not on an Airport floor.
Day 1: 9.30 Starts in the garden mulching and weeding until lunchtime. It's easy enough and the weather is great. After lunch we dig up the vine and try to save it by potting it and watering it heavily. As it's Sunday we finish up by 1.30 and spend the afternoon walking around their 20 acres with ...
... noch ein paar weitere Schnabeltiere im Wasser schwimmen.
Anschließend ging es weiter zum Narawutapu Nationalpark, der direkt an der Nordküste liegt. Wir unternahmen eine Wanderung zum Archess Knob. Xaf' fand hier sein Paradies auf Erden, denn wir sahen mindestens 6 Schlangen. Auf eine wäre ich fast raufgetreten. Aber auch ich machte allmählich Fortschritte im Animal spotting, denn die nächste Schlange sah ich zuerst, während Xaf‘ ...
... way vice versa. Any way you go, gets the heart rate going and we found ourselves pulling clothing off pretty quick, we were well rewarded with a speccie view of the gorge.
Now we're hungry, and with the gazillion blackberries hedging all roads that lead anywhere in tassie, we both ended up with blue lips. And safely back at Forth, hitched up, fueled up, warmed up, we headed west towards Penguin.
With Forth behind us, we thank the wee town for a bitterly ...